Mentorship—attaining advice, guidance and inspiration from other people—is an effective method of improving one’s professional quality or career prospects. And as a rapidly growing organization, Dreami offers top-notch mentorship programs and inclusive leadership coaching. Mentorship is something that can have a profound effect on one’s career and personal development.
However, the issue is that mentorship is often locked behind social capital and running formal mentorship programs is very time intensive and manual. This prevents organizations and universities from being able to provide and scale such a critical resource. In fact, 60 percent of individuals do not have a mentor today.
Dreami is tackling this issue by automating and streamlining the manual and administrative work to power mentorship programs. Dreami is a women-led startup on a mission to make communities, universities, and workplaces more equitable. The startup recently completed a program by Techstars Social Impact powered by Cox Enterprises and is pleased to announce the launch of its scalable hyper-personalized mentorship program and inclusive leadership coaching.
Speaking about Dreami’s hyper-personalized mentorship program and leadership coaching, Ashima Sharma, the CEO and Co-Founder of Dreami, had this to say, “I struggled to find the career guidance I deserved when I was an engineer in Oil & gas, and it’s now my mission to make sure no one else has to go through that loneliness and confusion. At Dreami, we have mastered hyper-personalized mentorship and high engagement through our beautiful user interface. We believe in leveraging the scale of software to unlock the limitless power in all of us.”
According to a Harvard Business Review, 67% of organizations reported an increase in productivity due to mentorship as a result of a highly cross-functional and motivated workplace. Dreami believes mentorship should be accessible to all. The organization adopts a hands-on approach to help individuals find the best possible mentor for their goals, while ensuring mentors are developing as well.